Anthony Bourdain rails against the pounding surf.
Tony's been tossing off these kinds of rants for years and, in addition to being hilarious fun, this is probably the most lucid analysis of a television network's lineup I've seen. Based on his guest judging stint on the Thanksgiving episode of Top Chef 2 (when he asked Colicchio if he was running a crackhouse after sampling "edgy" twists on traditional holiday fare like Michael's twice-baked potato with a shrimp sticking out of it and Carlos's butternut squash salad that somehow required four hours of prep time), I say dump PL and give Bourdain the hosting gig.
"I'm reluctant to bash what seems to be a nice old lady. Even if her supporting cast is beginning to look like The Hills Have Eyes -- and her food a True Buffet of Horrors. A recent Hawaii show was indistinguishable from an early John Waters film." -- Anthony Bourdain on Paula Deen.